ITSA organises a programme of events including major biennial conferences, regional conferences and online webinars.
Gran Canaria / Spain 2022
We are delighted to announce that the 9th International Tourism Studies Association (ITSA) Biennial Conference will be hosted by the Institute of Tourism and Sustainable Economic Development (TiDES) of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC) in Gran Canaria island (Spain), from 25th – 29th of July, 2022. This is the first time that an ITSA biennial Conference will be held in Spain.
We are calling for extended abstracts, case studies, session proposals, poster presentations and oral presentations that are aligned with the core Conference theme: “Corporate entrepreneurship and Global Tourism strategies after Covid-19”. The Conference will be held in a hybrid format (on-site and online) with delegates from many countries gathering and discussing research ideas and practices in tourism. This is your best opportunity to present your work and meet with other academics and researchers!
Novi Sad 2023 – coming soon!
For the first time, an ITSA conference will be held in Serbia, in Novi Sad, the European Capital of Culture 2022. This is a unique opportunity to make a new academic and business connections and great new friends from around the world, all in buzzling cultural and artistic environment. ITSA 2023 is hosted and organized by the Department of Geography, Tourism and Hotel Management, Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad with the support of Foundation “Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture”.
Jakarta / Singapore 2020
ITSA’s 8th Biennial Conference was held in Jakarta, Indonesia on 2-5 December 2020, hosted by Universitas Pancasila and co-hosted by James Cook University Singapore. This was the first time that conference had been held in hybrid format due to challenging situation of Covid-19 pandemic. Though under those difficult circumstances, the conference still gained significant recognition as a unique opportunity to meet, hear and share from tourism scholars from across Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa and America.
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